I am currently a PhD student in the School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EEECS) at Queen’s University Belfast; having received a first-class honours MEng in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from QUB in 2019.
My research focuses on the development of Structural Health Monitoring approaches which are more robust to real-world confounding effects. My research tackles this challenge from a multidisciplinary perspective, looking at creating innovative sensor hardware and data analytics systems utilising my background as an electronics and software engineer.
Since 2019, I have been a demonstrator for the modules listed below. This role has included, leading groups of (up to 15) students in practical electronics laboratory sessions, supporting students in computer-based labs, and marking assessments. Additionally, I have provided regular technical advice and guidance on Structural Health Monitoring systems to a BEng Electrical and Electronic Engineering student during their dissertation project.
- Concurrent Programming
- Digital Systems & Architectures
- Electronics 2
- Embedded Systems 2
I am keen to ensure students gain not only learn the fundamentals of topics but gain knowledge in up-to-date areas that are in demand within industry — something my role as the IET Northern Ireland Local Network Secretary provides invaluable insight into. I believe Engineering teaching should incorporate the development of practical skills, such as electronics hardware development, alongside the requisite theories, all with a focus on real-world applications and hands-on learning.
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